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Blackfire

Blackfire is a character in Teen Titans. Also known by her real name, Komand’r, she is the eldest princess and daughter of the King and Queen of Tamaran. Her younger siblings are Starfire and Wildfire. Unlike the bright and cheerful Starfire, she is secretly a villain. Cunning and remorseless, she fakes kindness to earn the trust and respect of the Teen Titans. In reality, she wants to exact revenge upon her little sister, thus becoming more powerful than her. Ultimately, Blackfire wants to rule as a tyrannical Empress of Tamaran.

Fat Freddy Freekowtski from The Freak Brothers

Of The Freak Brothers, Fat Freddy Freekowtski (voiced by John Goodman) is the one most likely to get burned on a drug score, perhaps because he’s always preoccupied with food. He has curly yellow hair and mutton chops that connect to his mustache. Fat Freddy has a bulbous nose and a similarly bulbous belly.

Freewheelin' Frank Freek from The Freak Brothers

Freewheelin’ Franklin Freek from The Freak Brothers

In The Freak Brothers, Freewheelin’ Franklin Freek (voiced by Woody Harrelson) is the street-smart member of the titular trio. He’s tall, skinny, with a waterfall mustache and a ponytail. In “The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers” comics, his hair can be red, blonde, or light brown depending on the colorization. In the Tubi animated series, it’s more of a light orange.

Phineas T. Phreak from The Freak Brothers

Phineas T. Phreak from The Freak Brothers

The Freak Brothers are the titular characters of an animated series currently streaming on Tubi based on the comic book “The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers” by Gilbert Shelton that ran from 1968 to 1997. It follows the wacky misadventures of a trio of hippies and their cat. Phineas T. Phreak (voiced by Pete Davidson) is the idealist of the group. He sports a big, bushy beard and a nose shaped like a joint.

Rick Flag from The Suicide Squad

Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) is a character in 2021’s The Suicide Squad, directed by James Gunn. He served as a colonel in the U.S. Army as well as a special operations forces specialist. In the first Suicide Squad (2016), he led Task Force X and a team of Navy Seals to defeat Enchantress. His success allowed him to continue in the leadership position with a new team. Five years later, their mission is to go to Corto Moltese to destroy Jotunheim, and then execute Project Starfish. However, this was actually a cover-up for a government mistake. Peacemaker was a spy on the inside, and he murders Flag in attempt to complete the mission.

Risty Wilde from X-Men: Evolution

Risty Wilde from X-Men: Evolution

Risty Wilde (voiced by Nicole Oliver) drove fans wild when she first showed up in X-Men: Evolution. With her British accent and punk hair, fans were sure Risty would eventually become Psylocke or was at least fashioned after her. They were shocked to find out she was actually Mystique trying to stay close to Rogue using a fake identity the way only Mystique can.

Unlike Mystique’s usual blue appearance, Risty’s look will rely less on body paint and more in hairstyle. A black bob with purple streaks clipped in, to be specific. For her usual outfit, all you need is a beige long sleeve shirt, dark red pants, and blank ankle booties. They’re pieces that can fit into your usual wardrobe or easily transition to other cosplays, making this not only a great cosplay by itself but also a great option for people traveling to a convention or with limited space to store their cosplays

Wasp

Wasp is a character in the Marvel universe. Her real name is Hope Van Dyne, daughter of Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne. She has a strained relationship with her father, but when Scott Lang enters the picture, she must help them both. Hope is resourceful about the quantum realm as well as skilled in fighting techniques. These traits allow her to embody Wasp, and she teams up with Scott as Ant-Man in the second film. In addition to shrinking and growing, her abilities include flight and energy blasters. Evangeline Lily portrays this role in both installments.

Ant-Man

Ant-Man, aka Scott Lang, is a character in the Marvel universe. Scott Lang starts out as a convict, but he ends up becoming a superhero who must save the world. With the mentoring and technology of Hank Pym, he becomes the new Ant-Man. His abilities include shrinking and growing, as well as communication with ants. Beloved and never-aging actor Paul Rudd portrays this role, bringing a lighthearted sense of humor.

yorick from y the last man

Yorick Brown from Y: the Last Man

Yorick Brown (played by Ben Schnetzer) is the titular last man in the FX on Hulu series Y: The Last Man, based on the comics of the same name.  Yorick, an amateur escape artist, traverses the streets of New York with his pet capuchin monkey Ampersand after a global event wipes out every other man (and male animal) on the planet.  After he’s reunited with his mother Jennifer, Yorick is taken under the protection of Agent 355 as they seek to unravel the mystery of how Yorick and Ampersand survived.  Yorick wears a gas mask with a hooded raincoat to obscure his identity and carries his faithful companion Amp with him at all times in a plastic pet carrier.

agent 355 from y the last man

Agent 355 from Y: The Last Man

In the FX on Hulu show Y:  The Last Man, based on the comics of the same name, Agent 355 (played by Ashley Romans) is a mysterious agent of the Culper Ring tasked with protecting Yorick Brown, the only known human survivor of a global event that wiped out every biologically male being on the planet.  We first meet Agent 355 as she foils a plot by extremists in the Midwest of the Untied States.  Shortly thereafter, she is reassigned to pose as a Secret Service Agent, only for the world to turn upside down her first day on the job.  Agent 355 wears different types of clothing depending on her needs, though her outfits are always practical and easy to move in and often include gloves so she doesn’t leave any incriminating fingerprints behind.